I am an Assistant Professor of Controlling / Managerial Accounting at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.
My research concentrates on topics in managerial accounting, personnel economics, and field experiments.
I research how accounting information and management controls influence employee behavior. To investigate causal effects and precisely identify mechanisms, I mainly use field experiments in firms. Often, I complement this with laboratory experiments, online experiments on MTurk or Prolific, survey data, or existing non-experimental field data. My work has been published in Management Science, The Accounting Review, and the European Accounting Review. A preregistered report of my recent work has been in-principle-accepted at the Journal of Accounting Research. My work also receives attention in the public media with publications in, for instance, the Economist, Financial Times, FAZ, Die Welt, Capital, and Harvard Business Manager.
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Contact Details:Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Adickesallee 32-34, 60322 Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Phone: +49 69 154008 – 393, t.vogelsang[at]fs.de